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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Meet Joe The Plumber - Presidential Debate Star

Meet Joe the Plumber, unwitting star of Wednesday's presidential debate in this Fox News video. Barack Obama and John McCain each invoked the Ohioan as the everyman who'd benefit from their policies.

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Fresh out of diapers

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Free trade and foreign oil

The candidates spar over NAFTA and offshore drilling.

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Free trade and foreign oil

The candidates spar over NAFTA and offshore drilling.

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Obama, McCain Woo Joe With Healthcare Plans

John McCain and Barack Obama offered dueling healthcare plans in an effort to woo "Joe the Plumber" in their third and final presidential debate.

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The Pundits React

The Pundits React

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Candidates on negative campaigning

Schieffer asks the candidates about the overflow of negative ads

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UrbanEye- The Country Music Hall of Fame

Melena Ryzik reports from a benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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Debate Poll

Alexander Burns talks about the results of the latest post-debate poll.

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G1- 'Worthy Competitor' for iPhone

Recently, if you wanted to get a new generation handheld computer, you had one choice -- the Apple iPhone. That all changes next week with what WSJ's Walt Mossberg calls a 'worthy, worthy competitor,' the T-Mobile G-1 phone, designed by Google. (Oct. 16)

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McCain's Katrina Moment

John McCain has been undone by Hurricane Fannie, Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger tells Kelsey Hubbard. (Oct. 16)

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McCain, Obama Spar On Joe The Plumber's Taxes

Whose tax plan helps "Joe the Plumber" more? Barack Obama and John McCain disagreed at their third - and last - presidential debate in New York.

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Obama- McCain-Palin plan would hurt special needs kids

Obama says McCain's tax cuts would hurt funding for special needs kids

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Joe the plumber count

How many times can Joe be mentioned?

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Joe the plumber count

How many times can Joe be mentioned?

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Politico Debate Wrap-Up

Charles Mahtesian wraps-up the final debate of the 2008 Presidential Election.

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Candidates on the abortion debate

McCain and Obama debate their records on the abortion issue.

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Which veep is best?

Obama and McCain argue why their VP pick would make the best president.

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Joe the plumber exchange

McCain and Obama discuss Joe the Plumber.

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Even Fox News!

Obama pulls the old... EVEN FOX NEWS AGREES WITH ME... argument out of the bag.

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Ayers and ACORN

McCain finally engages Obama on Ayers and Acorn

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Health care- The fundamental difference

Obama and McCain and how health care is the fundamental difference between them.

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Obama on slurs yelled at McCain rallies

Obama confronts McCain about the slurs yelled at his rallies

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Candidates on Rep. Lewis remarks

McCain asks Obama to repudiate Rep. Lewis' remarks

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McCain- "I am not President Bush"

Can you balance the budget? McCain reminds Obama that Bush isn't running.

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What Does Election Mean for Health Care?

Barron's Johanna Bennett discusses the potential impact that Barack Obama or John McCain will have on health-care stocks, depending which candidate is elected. (Oct. 15)

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Pickens on Funding 'Swift Boat' Ads

In the 2004 presidential race, Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens paid for the infamous "Swift Boat" ads against John Kerry. In this excerpt from Alan Murray's Viewpoints Breakfast Series, Pickens says he doesn't regret it. (Sept. 9)

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Pickens on Philanthropy

In this excerpt from the latest Viewpoints Breakfast Series with Alan Murray, Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens talks about his philanthropic interests. (Sept. 9)

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Obama Education Ad

Obama Education Ad

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Pickens on the 2008 Presidential Race

In this excerpt from the latest Viewpoints Breakfast Series, Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens comments on where he stands in the 2008 presidential race, including his stance on vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. (Sept. 9)

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Pickens Shares His View on Global Warming

In this excerpt from the latest Viewpoints Breakfast Series, Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens tells WSJ's Alan Murray why he believes in global warming. (Sept. 9)

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Pickens Outlines Plan for Windmill Farm

In this excerpt from the latest Viewpoints Breakfast Series with Alan Murray, Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens outlines his plan to build the largest windmill farm in the world.

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Pickens on U.S. Dependency on OPEC

In this excerpt from the latest Viewpoints Breakfast Series with Alan Murray, Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens explains his plan to eradicate the U.S.'s dependency on OPEC. (Sept. 9)

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What Is a Good Night's Sleep Worth to You?

WSJ's Neal Templin is known around these parts as the Cheapskate. But he confoundedly spent $5,000 for a bed. Reporter Mary Pilon hit the streets to see just how much others would be willing to throw down for a good night's sleep. (Oct. 16)

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Market Dives, Will It Rebound

Stocks fell sharply Wednesday and MarketWatch's Dave Callaway says the market has overshot on the way down, which suggests a rebound when sentiment shifts. (Oct. 15)

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Drop in Retail Sales Signals Recession

U.S. retail sales dropped 1.2% during September, the sharpest drop in three years. WSJ's Sudeep Reddy says the decline signals the economy is already in recession and that it is facing a much deeper hit from the credit sector turmoil. (Oct. 15)

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Virtual Colonoscopy with Protruding Polyp

Watch an animation of a virtual colonoscopy showing a 9-mm polyp protruding into the colonic lumen. Animation courtesy of the Radiological Society of America. (Oct. 27)

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Internet Stocks- Heading Lower?

With major technology companies about to report results against a background of economic recession, Citi Analyst Mark Mahaney discusses the outlook for Internet stocks. (Oct. 15)

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Detour Ahead for Automakers

Following one of the darkest weeks in the U.S. car industry's history, analyst John Casesa says things aren't looking better for growth and sales or on the M&A front. Shawn Langlois reports. (Oct. 15)

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How the Bailout Was Born

WSJ reporter Deborah Solomon recaps a night that changed everything in the U.S. banking system: when Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson looked into his rolodex, called a meeting with the CEOs of nine of the largest U.S. banks and managed to inject more than $250 billion into their holdings. (Oct. 15)

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Fantasy Gurus Go Live With BlogTalkRadio

WSJ's Fantasy Sports expert Nando Di Fino stops by an Upper West Side apartment in New York City, where RotoExperts.com analysts host a live Web-based radio talk show. They discuss how BlogTalkRadio.com provides the low-budget analyst with an affordable platform. (Oct. 15)

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News On Location

James Kotecki hosts the news from Mt. Everest. Yes, we have gone that far.

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Debate Preview

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Bernanke- Quick Rebound Not in the Cards

Chairman Ben Bernanke talks about the credit markets and how it will take quite some time to unfreeze. He talks about the market downfall due to symptoms not causes, referring to companies such as Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearn's. Courtesy Fox Business Network. (Oct. 15)

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Stocks Today- Banking Chaos Not So Bad?

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that early returns on third-quarter bank results aren't that frightening, with JP Morgan and Wells Fargo managing to keep above the chaos. (Oct. 15)

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How's Your Retirement Looking? ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/10/econ_snapshot.html How has the financial crisis affected Americans' retirement income? Why is it important to make better retirement plans a priority? What would an ideal retirement plan look like? Dr Christian Weller, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Time for McCain to Change Debate Dynamic

Two big issues will be on the table at Wednesday night's third and final presidential debate: The economy and whether Sen. John McCain can do anything to change the dynamic, says WSJ's Jerry Seib. (Oct. 15)

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Libor Lies Down?

Daniel Bunting of Eden Financial in London discusses interbank lending and why recent actions by central banks may finally begin to help unfreeze credit markets. (Oct. 15)

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Kotecki- 10/15/08

Let�s all take a moment to appreciate that this is the LAST debate of this crazy campaign.

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Kotecki- 10/15/08

Let's all take a moment to appreciate that this is the LAST debate of this crazy campaign.

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TV Ad: Foundation

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The Attraction of Oliver Stone's 'W'

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman interviews Joe Drake, President and COO of Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, about the film "W". (Oct. 15)

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Entourage's Adrian Grenier's new political ad

HBO Entourage's Adrian Grenier's new political ad

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Entourage's Adrian Grenier's new political ad

HBO Entourage's Adrian Grenier's new political ad

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The last debate- What to expect

Here's what Politicos expect to see out of the third presidential debate...

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The last debate- What to expect

Here's what Politicos expect to see out of the third presidential debate...

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Hot Stocks Report- Financials

U.S. financial stocks will likely remain volatile this week, as J.P. Morgan and Wells Fargo post results and Citigroup and Merrill Lynch are on tap next. MarketWatch's Greg Morcroft reports. (Oct. 15)

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Dwindling Portfolios Hammer VC Confidence

While the amount of venture dollars raised in the third quarter slowed, so did the mood of venture capitalists, according to Mark Cannice, a professor at the University of San Francisco. That doesn't bode well, as Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 15)

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A new message?

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Notebook- Voting Machines

In a heated campaign riddled with conflict, arguments should be left to candidates' stances on the issues, not on the accuracy of voting machines. Katie Couric has more.

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Madonna's Directorial Debut

Madonna's first film "Filth and Wisdom" focuses on the universal struggles that we all face in the pursuit of happiness. Watch scenes from the film and the star-studded red carpet premiere.

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Joe the plumber' stars in US presidential debate

The star of Wednesday's final presidential debate? John McCain? Barack Obama? -- no, Joe the plumber. The final face-to-face clash between the two fierce White House rivals granted an unexpected 15 minutes of fame to Joe Wurzelbacher.

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MoneyWatch

More bad news on Wall Street as a Federal Reserve report shows that the economy has slowed and many warn it's not going to bounce back anytime soon. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Madonna, Ritchie Call It Quits

The show is over for Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie. Their publicist has confirmed that after seven and a half years of marriage the couple is calling it quits. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Megastar Madonna splits with film director Guy Ritchie

Pop megastar Madonna and her British film director husband Guy Ritchie have agreed to divorce, a spokeswoman for Madonna told AFP on Wednesday. Madonna, who is in the middle of her "Sticky and Sweet" world tour, married Ritchie in December 2000 in a lavish ceremony at a Scottish castle after meeting at a dinner party given by British rock star Sting.

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The Latest 'Wow' Gadgets

Harry Smith and Julie Chen get a demonstration of the latest hot inventions by Glenn Derene, senior technology editor of Popular Mechanics magazine.

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Prez Race Predictors

Laura Schwartz presents an analysis of uncanny recurring factors not related to politics that have predicted presidential winners.

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New Apple Laptop Redesign

From the MacBook Pro redesign to a $999 laptop offering, there were no real surprises at Apple's media event at company headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., reports CNET's Kara Tsuboi.

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Michelle Obama On Campaign '08

Michelle Obama tells Maggie Rodriguez that she thinks Barack Obama will be the campaign's "underdog until he's sitting in the White House." Watch the full interview tomorrow on The Early Show.

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Nancy Reagan Breaks Pelvis

Former First Lady Nancy Reagan was admitted to the hospital with a broken pelvis. She is expected to fully recover in six to eight weeks. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Notebook- Gas

Although gas prices are beginning to decrease, many economists feel this is only another sign of a looming recession. Katie Couric has more.

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Mortgage crisis victims take a look at the election

Robert Paschall just lost his home. Bundles of securities filled with subprime loans like his have nearly taken down the US financial system, rocked world markets, and prompted unprecedented government intervention to rescue struggling banks. Both presidential candidates have offered ideas to help families like Paschall's. But he's still not sure who to vote for.

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Decoding Dating Doublespeak

Julie Chen gets an explanation of 'brocabulary' and 'malienation' from authors for women who are confused about what their dude is trying to tell them.

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Dreaming, Perchance To Sleep

Parents are learning they can turn to sleep trainers that effectively teach babies to stay asleep, reports Meg Oliver.

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'Marcia Brady' Tells All

In her first book, Maureen McCormick talks about her personal life and alter ego, Marcia Brady. McCormick also serves up a steamy secret about an off-screen romance. Josh Landis reports.

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AP Race Rundown

Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain will face each other in their final debate tonight. The AP's Matt Friedman looks at the matchup in the AP Race Rundown. (Oct. 15)

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Hong Kong Electronics Fair tries to beat financial crisis

Asian manufacturers displaying their gadgets at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair are busy devising new strategies to survive the global financial crisis.

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EU to flesh out bank rescue plans at summit

European Union leaders began a two-day summit in Brussels on Wednesday dominated by the global financial crisis. This comes as signs that the "real economy" is starting to suffer become more numerous, despite massive rescue plans.

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Kitchen Fire 411

Susan Koeppen visits a fire testing facility to show you how to deal with a grease fire in your kitchen quickly and safely.

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One-Pot Wonders

Katie Lee Joel shows Julie Chen hot to make easy but hearty meals all in just one pot. Katie suggests seafood paella, chicken and dumplings and Italian pot roast as one-pot meal ideas.

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Paulson On Economic Rescue

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson talks to CBS News White House Correspondent Bill Plante about his plans to rescue the economy.

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Real-Life Wolfman

Wolfman Shaun Ellis defies scientists by living, eating and sleeping with a pack of wolves. He and his girlfriend who has joined the pack sat down with Harry Smith to talk about their new show.

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Too Young For Breast Cancer?

Purdue University Junior Adrienne Harlow received surprise news after she found a lump in her breast. She was diagnosed with breast cancer at 19.

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The merry widows of Beirut

For traditional Lebanese fare in Beirut, there�s one place which wins a lot of applause, not just for its meals but for its mission. Except it�s not a restaurant. Instead it�s run by the charity, Ashghalouna.

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Missing Girl's Mother Indicted

The mother of missing toddler Kaylee Anthony is being indicted for her murder. Fla. police have not found a body but as Meg Oliver reports, Kaylee's DNA was found in the trunk of the mother's car.

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Calif. Firefighters Make Gains

Firefighters battling the Calif. blazes have made progress, but there is still a long way to go as arid temperatures and strong winds continue to fuel wildfires. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Electoral Map Blues

Kathleen Frankovic, the director of CBS News surveys, explains to Harry Smith what the impact of current polls has on the electoral map.

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McCain And Obama's Last Dance

Sen. John McCain needs a moment in his final debate with Sen. Barack Obama if he is to catch up in the polls, reports Jeff Glor. Harry Smith talks to advisers from both campaigns.

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U.S. Buys Stake In Banks

The U.S. plans to take a $250 billion ownership stake in the nation's banks. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said the drastic measure is needed to restore confidence. Anthony Mason reports.

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Open For Business?

Opening a new business, especially in tough economic times, can be daunting, but many are finding the money they need to flourish. Sandra Hughes explains how.

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McCain's $52 Billion Plan

John McCain announced a $52 billion package to help struggling Americans; including a proposal to suspend taxes on unemployment benefits for two years. Chip Reid reports.

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Calif. Fires Rage On

Calif. wildfires have burned through 25,000 acres, so far, and 3,000 firefighters are battling the flames. The state has already spent $247 million on fires this year. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Obama Takes Big Lead In Poll

With only three weeks until the election, Barack Obama has a 14-point lead over John McCain, according to a new poll. Obama also leads in the personality department. Dean Reynolds reports.

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America's Forgotten Epidemic

Washington has spent nearly $10 billion annually to fight HIV/AIDS, but the epidemic has now been mostly forgotten by the mainstream. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the presidential candidates' stances.

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Fires Spread Throughout Calif.

Powerful winds have spread massive wildfires throughout many portions of Southern California, forcing residents to evacuate. CBS News' Manuel Gallegus reports from the San Fernando Valley.

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World Markets Bounce Back

A slight sense of optimism has been renewed by financial investors, as foreign markets have witnessed a slight upward shift in the face of massive downfalls. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.

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Obama, McCain Economic Plans

As the race for the White House draws to a close, candidates Barack Obama and John McCain have each unveiled proposed economic policies in the hopes of swaying voters. Karen Brown reports.

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Japan worried about the impact of the financial crisis

Many Asian markets have fallen, following two days of sharp rises. A financial analyst in Japan warns an economy based on a weak yen and exports to Asia is looking increasingly shaky.

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Poland's ex-communist leader Jaruzelski goes on trial

The trial of General Jaruzelski is the first of a former Polish communist leader. He's accused of bringing in martial law on 13 December 1981 but pleads not guilty. He says he stopped a Soviet intervention in the country and seems to have the support of much of the public.

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Syria and Lebanon establish ties

Syria and Lebanon formally established diplomatic ties on Wednesday for the first time since independence 60 years ago, turning a new page in relations between Beirut and its powerful one-time powerbroker. A statement signed by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem and visiting Lebanese counterpart Fawzi Salloukh announced "the launch of diplomatic relations between the Syrian Arab Republic and the Lebanese republic effective today, October 15, 2008."

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American communism is alive and lives on 23rd Street

A rare bird in the political world, the US Communist Party is feeling rather smug in these days of capitalist turmoil. At the party's New York headquarters, party members think Marxist-Leninism's time has finally come.

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Eye To Eye- Plant, Krauss Duet

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with notorious British Led Zeppelin rocker Robert Plant and American blue grass singer Alison Kraus about their unlikely, and successful, musical collaboration.

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